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My husband and I stayed at the hotel for a few dys away in Amsterdam in June 2011. We didn't eat breakfast there so can't comment on the food but what we LIKED about tghe hotel is as follows:-
* It had a fab location...More
We stayed here for three nights. Our flight arrived early and I really wish they would have let us check in a bit early. Said we couldn't check in until 2:00 p.m.....it was 10:00 a.m. They did let us keep our bags in the bar....More
Yes, the stairs are steep. Get over it, people! It's 30 seconds of your day.
Here's the real deal: my boyfriend and I had one of "big rooms" on the top floor. It was standard double room for a European boutique hotel. Nothing fancy. It...More
Situated slap bang in the middle of Amsterdam, less than 30 seconds to a coffee shop :) and less than 5 minutes to Dam Square. Have absolutely no negatives to say about it apart from the ladders/stairs, but thats a given anywhere in Amsterdam.
The hotel is in walking distance from the central station. The owner offered us a coffee for free for a good start in the day. The rooms are small, but clean. Attention: Steep stairs. Since it is very central, it might be loud at night....More
$87 - $355 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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